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Bruce Allen is a Research Associate at the [http://www.nps.edu Naval Postgraduate School] in Monterey, California.
 
Bruce Allen is a Research Associate at the [http://www.nps.edu Naval Postgraduate School] in Monterey, California.
  
Interests include Software architecture, computer languages, parallel computing, parallel processor architectures, and open-source software. Software contributions include development of the [[Bulk Extractor Viewer]] User Interface (used to browse Features extracted using the [[Bulk Extractor]] digital media triage tool) and implementations of high speed encryption and hashing algorithms that run on the Cell Broadband Engine processor.
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Interests include Software architecture, computer languages, parallel computing, parallel processor architectures, and supporting open-source software. Software contributions include development of the [[Bulk Extractor Viewer]] User Interface (used to browse Features extracted using the [[Bulk Extractor]] digital media triage tool) and implementations of high speed encryption and hashing algorithms that run on the Cell Broadband Engine processor.

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Bruce Allen is a Research Associate at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California.

Interests include Software architecture, computer languages, parallel computing, parallel processor architectures, and supporting open-source software. Software contributions include development of the Bulk Extractor Viewer User Interface (used to browse Features extracted using the Bulk Extractor digital media triage tool) and implementations of high speed encryption and hashing algorithms that run on the Cell Broadband Engine processor.